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Programs for First Responders and Frontline Workers

Rosecrance serves first responders and frontline workers through Rosecrance Resilience, which is for individuals in high-risk, high-stress professions that may spark grief, trauma, anxiety, or depression that can fuel substance use and mental health challenges. The goals of the treatment program are to build resilience and enable individuals to flourish in life and in careers that present the daily triggers and challenges that may contribute to their behavioral health concerns.

Treatment specifically for first responders and frontline workers

Rosecrance programs for first responders and frontline workers include both residential and outpatient levels of care, along with peer support and sober living opportunities. Treatment through our cohesive continuum of care supports lifelong recovery with medically managed detox, residential treatment, intensive outpatient programming, and individual and family therapy.


Staff have been trained to understand and address the cultural and environmental factors of the Resilience program’s populations to better serve clients’ needs.


Key therapies of the program may include and support:

  • Psychiatric services
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
  • Seeking Safety
  • Acceptance commitment therapy
  • Exposure therapy
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)
  • Building Recovery by Improving Goals, Habits, and Thoughts (BRIGHT)
  • Vicarious trauma
  • Grief & loss
  • Peer support: Rosecrance actively recruits peers from the key populations of the program to serve as an additional source of support and encouragement to our clients in the Rosecrance Resilience Program.

Care for first responders and frontline workers that fits your needs

Rosecrance programs and services for first responders workers and frontline workers are offered on-site at many of our locations and in the community. Virtual screenings and appointments are available for those who prefer or need those options.

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